We’re so pleased to share one of the first coach homes by EkoBuilt, this one in the village of Pakenham west of Ottawa.
This great little project was designed as a seasonal cottage or chalet for today, with plans for it to become the owner’s retirement residence within five to ten years.
In the Ottawa area? Interested in visiting one of our passive homes?
Come visit the EkoModel Home this weekend – we’ll be open from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, October 5th. The home is just west of Ottawa in McNab/Braeside. (If you can’t make it this time, we’ll also be having a 3-day Open House in early November.)
Open House days include a 12pm presentation by EkoBuilt’s Paul Kealey.
Passive House resources
This new EkoBuilt passive home is located in rural west Ottawa. A bungalow, its design is slab on grade and it encompasses 1365 ft.² of living space including two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It was finished in time for the 2018-2019 winter season.
We know that a lot of you are planning to visit the Ottawa Fall Home Show 2019, which will run from September 26-29 at the EY Centre. We’re really excited about this show and can’t wait for some great conversations!
So looking forward to seeing folks at the SMARTNet Sustainability Showcase and Electrical Vehicle exhibition tomorrow at Lansdowne Park. 10am to 4pm! See you there!
We have drawn the names for the 20 free tickets we have to give away to the Ottawa Fall Home Show 2019, which will run from September 26-29 at the EY Centre.
We were overwhelmed by how many folks entered our draw – thanks to all! Our winners are:
- Paula Champagne
- T Yeo
- Becca Graziano
- Kathy Ladouceur
- Claude Melbourne
- Shawn Neely
- Normand Beaulieu
- Carolyn Pigeau
- Supriya Misha
- Antoine Przybylak-Brouillard
Buy Tickets Online
If you still need to buy tickets to the show, remember that you’ll save $2 per ticket if you purchase ahead of time. Just go to the website for the show to purchase online.
EkoBuilt: Booth 639
We look forward to seeing everyone who can make it out to the show. There is so much going on and it’s a great day out.
There’s a lot going on this fall and we want to be sure you know exactly where you can expect to meet up with us. Please note that Green Energy Doors Open will fall on the same weekend as the Ottawa Fall Home Show this year, so we’ve decided to move our fall open house to the next weekend, in early October.
We have 20 free tickets to the Ottawa Fall Home Show 2019, which will run from September 26-29 at the EY Centre. We’re looking forward to seeing many of you there!
This new custom home is just a stone’s throw from the Governor General’s residence in central Ottawa. It’s a great example of flexibility in an urban setting. The home is situated on an unserviced laneway in a historic neighbourhood just east of the city’s downtown core. The home’s design had to be approved by the city’s historical committee before a building permit could be obtained. Construction was made much more interesting because the nearest intersection was closed throughout for the installation of a storm water collection facility!
All of these challenges made building this home exciting and rewarding. The family we built it for really love the area and it’s fantastic to share the end result with our followers.
We’ve got lots going on this summer across our homebase, the Ottawa region, but we’re also working on a new passive home in the Toronto area. We’re delighted to share a little about that project now.
The home is being built for a young forward thinking family who had to grapple with whether to replace the previous home on their property, which was built in the 1920s. Ultimately, this older home was sacrificing their health with poor indoor air quality and affecting their finances with extremely high heating bills.